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5 Jun 2007
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June is Birding Month in Vermont

Goldfinch photo from Wikipedia

One of the things that virtually all our guests enjoy to one degree or another, is seeing the birds around our inn. We have a large window (actually seven pieces of glass) about 20 feet long and seven feet high. We have three bird feeders outside the window which are visited by a lively and colorful array of gold finches, blue jays, house finches, black capped chickadees, nuthatches, and mourning doves. We get the occasional rose breasted grosbeaks, evening grosbeaks, and orioles. Many of our guests have never seen a hummingbird and are fascinated by the flashy, iridescent ruby-throated hummingbirds which we get at the feeders all day long.

If you are a casual bird watcher like most of our guests, or even an advanced birder, Stowe Vermont and the surrounding area would be a good place to visit this month.
The village of Stowe is sponsoring "Wings Over Stowe," a month-long series of demonstrations, exhibits, walks, and films all focusing on the vast array of avian wildlife in the Green Mountains.

The website includes details about each activity, and there is a well done calendar of activities, plus a downloadable brochure with schedule, and a very helpful Stowe birding map.

(c) 2007 Jeff Connor Grunberg Haus
 
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posted by  grunhaus at  21:18